Krakow, Poland
O c t o b e r  11 - 13, 2010

P a p e r s    and   P r o c e e d i n g s

Proceedings of the CGW'10 will be traditionally printed after the event; papers will be accepted on the basis of the evaluation of presentations and the review of full papers. Selected papers will be recommended for submission to FGCS.

Additionally, we plan to publish in the first quarter of 2011 extended versions of selected papers from CGW'10 and CGW'09 at one of well known and recognized publisher; negotiations are in progress.


Each paper, limited to 10 pages including all figures, tables and references, should be uploaded to the system before December 5, 2010.

0 This paper MUST be rejected because 
  • it is a plagiate

  • it was published before

  • it was submitted to other conference / journal
  • YES - NO
    YES - NO
    YES - NO
    1 Abstract and keywords 
  • quality of abstract, elevance to the CGW'10 topics
  • 0 - 3
    2 Introduction, motivation 
  • Does the paper address interesting and important problem
  • Are the scientific objectives clearly explained
  • 0 - 3
    0 - 3
    3 State-of-the-art (related works) 
  • Are the related works (previous CGW, FGCS, Grid Computing ...) presented clearly, are the references up-to-date, sufficient and relevant?
  • 0 - 5
    4 Description of the solution 
  • Is the solution of the problem correct and is it presented in a convincing way; is methodology desribed?
  • 0 - 10
    5 Results 
  • Are the results presented (tables, figures)?
  • 0 - 5
    6 Conclusions and future work 
  • Are the conclusions clearly spell out, do they summarize the main scientific achievements?
  • 0 - 5
    7 Readability (including quality of English)0 - 5
    8 Quality of figures0 - 5
    "0" in any category means "reject"

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    Institute of Computer Science AGH
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    Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences